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, for example. and in texas and a few others places. >> host: well, mr. fannon, what is it you wanted lawmakers, policymakers and their staff to see here on capitol hill? what's your display? >> guest: well, most folks know panasonic for the consumer electronics, the televisions at home, blu-ray players, things like that. but, n., under the hood, behind the scenes panasonic actually has a wide array of products including a range of energy-oriented products. and that's what we're showing today. because all of us know that we have to be able to generate new forms of energy using new systems such as solar panels, and once you generate it, of course, we've got to be able to store it intelligently and then manage it. so along with the traditional forms of power generation in the grid, more and more people are actually creating their own energy at home. typically using wind power or, more importantly, solar. so in panasonic's case, for example, here in salem, oregon, we make these giant, heavy silicon ingots. it's a very highly-refined form of silicone with some other chemistry that then gets sliced
, and in michigan. in texas, and a few other places. >> what is it that you what lawmakers, policymakers, and their staff to see on capitol hill? >> first, the display for the consumer electronics adderall, -- at home, but we also have a wide range of products. including the products we have here today. we need to be able to generate new forms of energy. it once you generate it, of course, you've got to be able to store it intelligently and manage it. along with the traditional forms of power generation in the grid, more and more people are actually creating their own energy at home, typically, using wind power or more importantly, solar. in salem, ore., we make these giant, heavy refined form of the silica that get sliced into thin layers and then turn into the module that make up solar panels. panasonic is the -- is proud to be the company with the single most efficient energy pass through with solar panels, a little over 20%. over time, we hope to grow that, so more energy is actually collected and sent down the system into your home for storage. although we do not provide that with p
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